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-american rallies are happening in more than a dozen countries throughout the middle east. the assault on u.s. embassies are continuing and have turned deadly carry four people have been killed. >> despite pleas for world leaders, the protests and violence are spreading. this was the scene in jerusalem. in gaza, thousands of palestinians joined demonstrations after friday's prayers shouting death to america and israel. and the images from across much of the muslim rolfe told a story, angry protesters on the march. wall over the over comparable u.s. flags. buildings set on fire. one of the alarming trends, protesters have managed to reach embassies in several cities despite heavy security. in lebanon, symbols of the west or targeted including this kfc. krupp protesters have been throwing rocks and gasoline bombs near the embassy. police have been making arrests that they have been unable to stop the violence even if this was the scene outside a hotel. large crowds have gathered in iraq and a string of countries including yemen, bangladesh, kuwait, malaysia and iran. a low-budget movie made in
very much. happening now, a deadly day of anti-u.s. rage across the muslim world. we're monitoring events that have u.s. security officials extremely concerned right now. president obama leads the mourners as the bodies of the u.s. ambassador and others killed in libya return to the united states. and mitt romney ramps up his criticism of the president again as the latest polls show him falling behind in several crucial states. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> but we begin with these live pictures. look at this. this is tahrir square in cairo. these are live pictures coming in not far from the united states embassy. once again, the protests escalating even as we speak. earlier in the day it had been relatively -- keyword, relatively, quiet. now seems to be escalating for some reason. our own ben wedeman is on the ground for us. we're going to be going to him shortly. at the same time as these scenes are unfolding, there also have been frightening scenes of violence and hatred directed at the united states and others around the region. it's spreading. and u.s. o
way to a safer venue after protesters attacked the u.s. consulate in benghazi and opened fire. the violence in protest to that amateur online film produced in the u.s. that offended millions and millions of muslims. first, we want to bring in elise labott. she has known ambassador stevens for ten years. she works at the state department for us. elise this is a tragedy for the entire diplomatic community this morning. >> yes, yes. john, this is a terrible day for the state department. everyone is going to be in mourning today. it's not just the fact that chris stevens was such a popular figure of the state department. really, one of the cream of the crop of the u.s. foreign service. but it's been many years since someone of this level has been killed in an attack like this. so i think there's going to be a lot of shockwaves through the state department. after all the u.s. has done for the libyans. using force to get rid of moammar gadhafi, to help libya stand up as it moved towards elections, as it tries to start anew. i think there's going to be a lot of gut checking right now
of the state department. really, one of the cream of the crop of the u.s. foreign service. but it's been many years since someone of this level has been killed in an attack like this. so i think there's going to be a lot of shockwaves through the state department. after all the u.s. has done for the libyans. using force to get rid of moammar gadhafi, to help libya stand up as it moved towards elections, as it tries to start anew. i think there's going to be a lot of gut checking right now about how the u.s. wants to proceed. not just with libya. but with a lot of countries in the middle east. i mean if you look at the islamic wave that has swept the middle east in terms of these revolutions, the u.s. was very apprehensive, that we are going to support democratic movements. but they also said, secretary clinton has also said that an election does not a democracy make. and so these countries are not going to necessarily hold up to their end of the bargain. there are diplomatic conventions about protecting u.s. facilities. about holding to democratic values. and you saw some statements coming ou
of states, jamie rubin and richard williamson. u.s. ambassador tim roemer. robin wright a highly respected middle east expert and "time" magazine's editor bobby ghosh. >> it is friday. the 14th of september. "starting point" begins right now. >> and our "starting point" this morning, rage against america. anti-american protests erupting in more countries overnight. and with friday prayers ending, u.s. embassies around the world are bracing for more this morning. >> overnight, the anger and the defiance that began wednesday over the anti-muslim movie in the u.s. spreading, look at this map. 11 countries, we're talking all the we from egypt to as far west as morocco and as far east as indiana. >> egypt the main hotspot right now. where the violence first erupted three days ago. this morning there were more flashes, protesters setting fires, and the egyptian military deploying tanks to calm things down. but we just learned that the muslim brotherhood has canceled nationwide protests, announcing instead that a protest will be held only in tahrir square against that film about the pro
. >>> don, thanks very much. happening now, violent protests spreading across the muslim world. more u.s. diplomatic posts are undersiege right now after the killing of the united states ambassador in libya. so how dangerous is it now for americans abroad? also, as the u.s. moves to hunt down the killers, libyan authorities make at least one arrest. but was it a mob attack or something much more ominous? >>> and mitt romney's taking heat even from some republicans for his harsh criticism of president obama's foreign policy. is he ready to dial back or double down again? i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> u.s. warships are moving toward libya today as president obama vows that no act of terror will go unpunished. his words. but in the grim aftermath of the u.s. consulate attack in libya which left the u.s. ambassador and three other americans dead, there are still serious questions as to which group was responsible. meantime, violent protests sparked by an anti-islamic film spreading across the muslim world today. in cairo, crowds have again gathered outside the u.s. em
out there, 50 to 60 degrees, into the afternoon hours, temperatures ranging from the lower 60s to around 90 degrees for the warmest locations inland. coming up in about 8 minutes, we'll take a look at the numbers in your neighborhood and also highlight the changes you can expect the second half of the weekend. >>> new this morning, san jose police are investigating after a truck driver hit and killed an 8-year-old boy on a small motorized bike. ktvu's alex savage, live this morning in san jose to explain what led to the deadly accident. >> reporter: well, this crash clearly has had an impact on people in this neighborhood. you can look over here and see there's been a memorial set up for this 8-year-old boy who was killed. people have left flowers and candles here at the scene. he was riding on what police refer to as a pocket bike, a small electric motorcycle, when he was hit by a truck. now, this accident happened just before 8:00 last night on the 800 block of farm drive. san jose police say this boy rode into the street, right into the path of that truck. he suffered major
talk. >>> issue one. arab uproar. u.s. diplomatic missions were hit by two separate afax this -- attacks this week. both on tuesday, the anniversary of the twin showers, shanksville and penalty gone atrocities. in cairo, egyptian protesters scaled the walls of the u.s. embassy, desecrated a u.s. flag and raised a black islamic flag that praised the prophet mohammed. in libya, the attack at the u.s. benghazi consulate turned deadly when they fired guns, burned the compound and burned the building. four americans were murdered including the embassy, christopher stevens. secretary of state hillary clinton condemned the benghazi crimes. >> how could this happen in a country we help liberate in a city we helped save from destruction? >> the attacks in both libya and egypt are linked to a film called innocent of muslims, made by a california-based director. the movie depictures the prophet mohammed as a quote unquote fraud and a philanderer. a 14-minute trailer of the film was dubbed into egyptian arabic and posted on youtube, thus shared on the internet, including the muslim w
volatile four week average picked up to 371,000. adp says u.s. businesses added 201,000 jobs last month. the most since march. the august jobs report is due out tomorrow. >>> a third person died from hunta virus. health officials stay victim was from west virginia and visited the park in june. eight people who visited yosemite this summer have come down with the virus. three have died. seven victims stayed in a specific tent cabin at curly village. one stayed in a high sierra camp. they're warning visitors about possible exposure to the virus. >>> the high school jim is is the scene of this emotional home coming the long wait that ended for one girl with a dad serving over seas. and a popular hamburger chain is feeling the heat tonight. it's response to a lawsuit that alleges discrimination. >> a beautiful sunset this thursday evening. coming off the neighborhoods it will cool off into the upper 40s. and the warmest day of the upcoming weekend. so... [ gasps ] these are sandra's "homemade" yummy, scrumptious bars. hmm? maybe. rich chocolate chips... i just wanted you to eat more fiber.
is a distinguished professor in monterey. >>> here is continuing coverage of the u.s. protest overseas. today, the barack obama administration advised congress dispatched marine units: and the somber homecoming of those killed. >> reporter: as conflict continues, the bodies of those killed in libya, including the ambassador arrived back home. >> four americans, four patriots, they loved this country and they chose to serve it and served it will. >> reporter: u.s. embassies and diplomatic posts throughout the region stayed at heightened alert for muslim's holy day amid continued protests and in the wakes of the killing of ambassadors christopher stevens and three others on an a tack at the consulate on tuesday. a battle continued for a 4th day in cairo. and indonesia, clouds of black smoke were seen as they storm the gate at the embassy. >> reporter: friday's demonstrations were not confined to the middle east. this was the scene outside of the american embassy. the protest seen in part of a movie trailer produced in the u.s. angered muslims for the unflattering portrayal of the mohammed.
incidents near schools on fry. >> police were forced to close a large park for several hours. s.w.a.t teams zeroed in on morgan territory regional preserve after getting reports a suicidal man with a gun was on the loose. officers were searching for the man on the ground. a helicopter also surveyed the park from the air. he eventually surrendered. >>> oakland police are looking for two people who tried to rob a drugstore. one shot was fired at the 3300 block of fruit veil avenue near montana street. the suspects got away in a car, and no injuries were reported. >>> and san francisco police will hold a town hall meeting to discuss an officer-involved shooting sparking two nights of protest. a plain clothed officer shot a suspected it gang member after a man pulled out a gun on thursday night. tomorrow's meeting will be held at 11:30 a.m. at the corner stone church located at 2459, 17th street. >>> there is heartache at the national zoo in washington. the new baby panda cub born just a week ago has decide -- has died. the six-day old cub was 4 ounces and thought to be in good help. the mother
will have -- partly cloudy conditions, temperatures in the 70's. h.d. doppler radar, you did see rain showers, rain shower to the south of us down in north carolina and virginia and out into the kentucky area. high pressure will keep that away from us. currently at b.w.i. airport, 54 degrees. the dew point around 51. humidity 90%, winds are calm and the barometer is 30.13. all good things must come to an end and the beginning of the week doesn't look that good. we will break that down for you coming up. >> our big story this morning, two more troops killed in attacks overseas. nato says a man believed to be a member of the afghan local police turned his weapon on two service members. >> the attack comes on the same day as the maryland guard unit that trained police in afghanistan returned home. george lettis has more on the story. >> it's fantastic to be home with the family again. >> the more than 40 maryland national guards men and women honored at a home coming saturday were assigned to the international security assistance force in afghanistan. they helped train the afghan army an
with faster wireless networks in the u.s. and overseas. apple stock closed up yesterday, nearly $670 a share. >> off in chicago, the strike is grinding on leaving 350,000 students out of the classroom for a fourth consecutive day. the school district said it has presented the union with a proposal, and its negotiators are demanding a response or counter proposal. the head of the teachers union said it will take some team to work things out. they're still, miles apart. a lot of the teachers, they're dealing with public perception. the polls still, still show support from the parents for the teachers, but they're going to start running out of money. keep in mind they're not getting paid. a little stipend. fed ration of teachers offering low interest loans to chicago teachers who might need money to make it through the strike. they're struggling financially. >> tidbit. longest teachers streak in the history of chicago, 19 days in 1987. >> not the loppingest teacher streak on record nationwide. '68, new york was 36 days. >> my goodness. you know who suffers, the kids. come on, negotiate. >>> cre
nations general assembly. i'm jamie colby in for jenna lee. jon: the president warning iran that the u.s. will quote, do what we must to prevent the rogue nation from acquiring a nuclear weapon and condemning the deadly wave of anti-american protests in the muslim world. take a listen. >> the notion that we can control the flow of information is obsolete. the question then is how do we respond? and on this we must agree, there is no speech that justifies mindless violence. jamie: david lee miller is outside the united nations right now. david, give us some specifics on what the president said about the recent spike in violence targeting the u.s. in the muslim world? >> reporter: jamie, the president talked about combating extremism of all types and he began his speech interestingly enough by specifically talking about chris stevens, the u.s. ambassador who was killed in benghazi. he began his speech talking about chris stevens and he also chose to conclude his speech talking about the life and the death of chris stevens. the president said that the attacks at the last two weeks were not
, iran, which handles u.s. interests there and at the u.s. embassies in sanaa, that is a capital of yemen, and of course, in cairo in egypt. >> we want to get right to iran right now. we are on the phone with shirrzod, who hopefully can tell us what's going on in tehran. what is the latest, shirzad? >> the protests against this new anti-islam film took about two hours, it started about noon local time, about 2 1/2 hours ago, and wrapped up about half an hour ago. there are only about a dozen riot, anti-riot police still stationed around the embassy compound, but i didn't see anything move inside or inside the embassy at all, i couldn't see anything. i don't know if there's anybody in there at all or not. but the protests are very peaceful. the crowds of university students were kept well away from the embassy compound by the police and anti-riot police. there were no arrests made. there were no violence whatsoever. it was a very peaceful demonstration and the students read a statement at the end that supported their egyptian and libyan brethren in their recent acts and they said that they
. that was a mistake based on the u.s. embassy. lobbying the embassy. >> tendency to shoot first, aim later and as president, he can't do that. >> outside los angeles, bank robbery suspects made it rain all over the streets. >> coming out the window. iphone 5 has arrived. it has a faster processor and qui quicker data speed. >> baby panda at the san diego zoo. look at that face. after six weeks, he is starting to open his eyes. >> i think you better go. he has that look, doesn't he? your wife just had a baby. >> please button that shirt. it's disgusting. >> so stupid at this point he needs a spotter to place -- >> president obama personally copy edited bill clinton's speech last week from the dnc in charlotte. >> biggest change was that obama had clinton use the phrase americans instead of all you had clinton use the phrase americans instead of all you fine honeys. captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to cbs "this morning." violent american protests >>> violent american protests have spread two days after the american aambassador to libya and three of his staff were killed. this morning, ta
south. police say hispanic man with dark hair in his 40s approached a ten-year-old boy. he tried to lure the boy into a car. the boy was able to run away. anyone with information asked to call arlington county police. >>> this just into our newsroom. remember that mural on the side of the dog grooming shop down in arlington isn't the owner would claim the picture of the playful dogs and bones was just art and her right to free speech. the county was arguing that it amounted to advertising and could be banned. well, we just learned that the mural was painted over today after that owner lost her fight. >> and tonight, scientists at the national zoo do have some clues as to what may have happened to the six day old panda cub over the weekend. they are no closer to knowing exactly the panda cub died. >> every loss is hard. this one is especially devastating. >> me i xiang did have free fluid in its abdomen. >> there was a liver component to the death, but we won't know until we get the slides slides back and our pathologists are able to examine that. >> the cub's mother, mei biang did
u.s. soldiers killed on an american base in afghanistan and new vial enprotests at the u.s. consulate in pakistan and nearby the u.s. embassy in kabul. >>> scout dishonor. one of america's most trusted institutions accused of covering up sexual abuse. we're talking about the boy scouts of america. >>> and not good enough. despite a tentative contract deal, chicago teachers are still on strike. so what is the holdup? we're going to go there live to find that out. good morning to you. welcome to "early start." look who's back with me this morning, john berman. i'm zoraida sambolin. >> it's been a long time since we've been together. >> it has. >> a lot of the chicago parents will be surprised when they wake up this morning. >> i think they knew last night. they were hoping they would make the decision last night. sure enough, the kids are out of school again. >> we have a lot of news. happening right now in afghanistan, the crowd has turn. protests became angry and vial enoutside the u.s. and nato bases in kabul. an afghan police official says at least 15 officers were hurt a
bill: the men's championship of the u.s. open. those of you expecting to see cbs' prime-time lineup, we're going to stay with this match until its conclusion and the cbs prime-time lineup will follow at the conclusion of this match. joke vinck -- djokovic serving for 4-2. bill: a physical game. john: physical, mental, you name it. it had pretty much everything. djokovic again the more willing of the two to move forward and that helped him hold on and keep that break. bill: the numbers again -- throw those out the window. john: these guys are playing well right now. it's an incredible u.s. open final that looks like going to a fifth set. bill: we've had 29 break points total. john: that we would have expected anyway. these are the two best returners in the game. the serve for djokovic has been hugely improved these last two sets. [the captioning on this program is provided as an independent service of the national captioning institute, inc., which is solely responsible for the accurate and complete transcription of program content. cbs, its parent and affiliated companies, and their
starts a little after 7:00, it will be in the low 70's and there will be a lot of clouds and maybe a brief shower. it is a big navy. by the time we finish the game, 10:00 or 11:00, we think the rain shower chance will probably be a little higher toward the end of the game but still not a guarantee and temperatures will drop to the upper 60's. yes, if you have some kind of poncho you can wear to the game, i would do that. but we would probably get away with the game sometime this evening. maybe a brief delay. we will talk more about the forecasts going into the weekend in a few minutes. >> a baltimore city police are investigating two separate shootings were the victims are women. the most recent case happened just after 9:00 in the 400 block of south agusta ave. police say the victim, and 18- year-old woman, was found inside a car with a gunshot wound to the head. south baltimore, police looking for three men in connection with the shooting of a 39 -- 35-year old woman in chair real. we are told she is expected to survive. a four-year old boy is recovering after police say he was s
of the ambassador of the united states. >>> in teheran, protests outside of the swiss embassy which represents the u.s. since washington does not have diplomatic relations with iran. and also, american warships and u.s. marines are headed for libya as we speak. just a short while ago we learned identity of one more of the americans who were killed in libya. a person speaking for the family says she glenn dohertyf massachusetts. also, political fallout is building in the country over mitt romney's quick attack over president and the way that the american administration handled this crisis. cnn has reporters right across the globe throughout the middle east and we have handle on every s aspect and angle of this story, and we are life in every location. we will start right now with the anti-u.s. protests in yemen. one important note here sh, ye is a key ally in the fight against al qaeda in the arabian peninsula which has been a massive, massive problem of late. hakeem al wa ssri, is our journalist on the ground there. can you hear me? are you there? >> yes. protesters are decreasing and force forced to
and our temperatures the past couple of days are in the low to mid 80's for highs so this front will knock things back about 10 degrees. the front is generating a little shower activity up by new york city. the front is over the chesapeake bay right now. east of the bay, there's a southerly breeze, swinging around the next couple of hours and the northwest breeze will keep us cooler and keep us dry and eventually help us introduce a much bigger storm system which will be here early next week and that's what i'll talk about with the insta-weather plus forecast coming up in a few minutes. >> our big story this morning, a loss, no ground lost for the baltimore orioles. >> a tough stretch for the birds right now. the birds dropped their first game in the west coast to the oakland a's, the a.l. wild card leading athletics beat the o's 3-2 last night to prevent them from moving into sole possession in the a.l. east. jonny gomes hit a go-ahead r.b.i. single in the fifth to back a's rookie tommy mill own in a key series between playoff contenders. the new york yankees lost 6-4 at home to tampa bay
johnson. plus, we go swimming with great whñ!ús >>> police say a violent crime wave targeting people with iphones is sweeping san francisco. seven of them have been stolen in the city in the past 24 hours alone. abc7 news spoke to a woman who had hers taken from her. she says the two thieves also tried to steel the jewelry she was wearing. >> and then took my phone out of my back pocket, hit me in the face, a closed fist punch in the face. >> the iphone crime wave isn't limited to san francisco. a woman lost hers yesterday at gun . in oak -- gun point in oakland. >> the phone taken at gun point. >>> the california legislature presented governor brown with a gift on the last day of the session. a historic pension reform bill. the bill raises the retirement age of employees and cuts benefits for new hires and forces the current employees to contribute more forhey alrea. benefits they already v. the measure could save the state as much as $55 billion over the next 30 years. >> well, the battle of erupted e has erupted between new jersey governor chris christie and governor brown. it sta
were killed. this is the biggest problem facing the u.s. military in large part because building up the afghan security forces is first priority here. they're turning their weapons on u.s. and international mentors at an alarming rate. it is undermining the trust. today i have to say the afghan security forces reported well here in kabul. they took to the streets. they were organized. they didn't fire on the protest iters. there were particuarlyly problems with insider attacks attacks on u.s. and coalition troops. bill: conor powell live in kabul. heather has more. heather: let's get a sense how widespread this is. look at some of the protests over the past week. here is a map and it marks at least 50 demonstrations reported so far from great britain all the way to australia. since friday the most violent protests have been in pakistan, lebanon, tunisia, yemen and the sudan. there is no sign of this slowing down. coming up we'll go live to tunisia for the latest on the unrest there. bill: kicked off there over the weekend. first now the attacks are raising questions whether or not u
you about what's going on in middle east and the u.s. telling the americans in sudan and tunisia it's time to get out. tensions are still high following the violent protests and attacks we've seen all week and sudan rejected the u.s. request to send in marines for extra security. >> greg palkot is live in tunisia with the latest, greg? >> reporter: hey, gang, and this is one the of the two countries affected by that state department order which for today is first full day that it can go into effect. what it's basically saying is that family members and all nonessential personnel working in and around the u.s. embassy here should leave the country as soon as possible and also any americans here should use extreme caution. the officials had a we've been speaking to on the ground certainly do sound cautious. this appears to be precautionary, definitely is a response to friday's attack on the u.s. embassy in tunis, tunisia. thousands of protesters outside the the embassy wall, some scaled the wall and when they got in, set fires, looted, smashed windows. staf that attack, but four pro
they start to get maybe mid-50s you want to start to think, eh, maybe we're -- >> all right, jeff. sue, you have another guy here there? >> kenny pulcari, do you agree? >> i think it's exactly what he said. once that number better than 50% it is like the individual investor's always late to the party. they watch the market melt up over the last couple of months and feel like i'm going to miss this. it's always the point. right? september's a tough month and people really need to take a quick breath, take a step back for a minute and watch the unfolding drama. september's full of a lot of drama as we know. >> which brings us to the possibility of qe3 in the u.s. and the possibility that grurp gets the house in order with the address of mr. draghi. >> listen. there's a lot of macroeconomic data. we have the whole political election with us. the democratic convention this week and headlines kind of causing the market to do actually nothing today. like we see insurance. >> very much on hold. >> the ecb tomorrow is thursday and looking forward to it and until the german high court passes on the
in the u.s., but is allowed in britain. i've actually done a couple of stories on stem cells. really honestly, the direction that, that medicine is going, but, some of the stories i have done are, your own stem cells remove them. put them in a centrifuge, reproduce stem cells and reinject them and that way no chance of your body rejecting. because how can it reject its own? typically they grow their own blood vessels and become part of the circulation. clinical trials for alzheimers, diabetes. so, stem cells. >> hopefully a trend from gerbils to humans, right? >> right. we'll be right back. umans. >> right. we'll be right back. xpenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, they pick up some of what medicare doesn't pay. and save you up to thousands of dollars in out-of-pocket costs. call today to request a free decision guide to help you better understand what medicare is all about. and which aarp medicare supplement plan works best for you. with t
's still time. and i say, wait for what? wait until when? >> reporter: israel wants the u.s. to commit to a so-called redline with iran. if iran steps over it, they face military action against their nuclear sites. >> those international community who refuse to put redlines before iran don't have a moral right to place a red light before israel. >> reporter: israel wants u.s. support because at some point its own air force won't be able to hit iran's nuclear sites in increasingly hardens underground bunkers. with two months to election day, the u.s. administration isn't anxious to get specific. >> the american people know that the president has said unequivocally he will not allow iran to obtain a nuclear weapon. i'm not going to get into how you unpack exactly what, who, how, when. >> reporter: but not setting a line can also be risky while negotiations go on. >> on the other side of this is if you don't set very clear limits to iran's behavior, you can go on indefinitely. >> reporter: during his recent trip to israel, defense secretary leon panetta was very aware iran has moved ahead
are struggling to get into the 60s and 70s. livermore is a good 20 degrees below normal for this time of year. it was only in the 60s. the temperatures right now in the 50s. here are the highlights. we are basically looking at cloudy skies. areas of drizzle. partly cloudy and below normal for your saturday afternoon. but much warmer weather coming your way sunday and labor day. look for widespread low clouds. if you are heading out the door and starting your holiday weekend, grab a sweatshirt and jacket. patchy drizzle expected and there are slick roadways for sure. here is what is causing the cooler air today and the deep marine layer. it is a trough. this toough heads east and once it pushes out of here, we will start to see a reversal and there is much warmer weather for your sunday and monday. 78 degrees for los gatos. mostly sunny skies and mid70s campbell, san jose, santa clara. on the peninsula you will start out gray and partly sunny around redwood city. 72 in palo alto. 58 in pacifica. there is not much change there. sunset district 59 degrees. downtown san francisco mostly sunny and
livermore. as you notice, it is a cool day. many areas are struggling to get into the 60s and 70s. livermore is a good 20 degrees below normal for this time of year. it was only in the 60s. the temperatures right now in the 50s. here are the highlights. we are basically looking at cloudy skies. areas of drizzle. partly cloudy and below normal for your saturday afternoon. but much warmer weather coming your way sunday and labor day. look for widespread low clouds. if you are heading out the door and starting your holiday weekend, grab a sweatshirt and jacket. patchy drizzle expected and there are slick roadways for sure. here is what is causing the cooler air today and the deep marine layer. it is a trough. this toough heads east and once it pushes out of here, we will start to see a reversal and there is much warmer weather for your sunday and monday. 78 degrees for los gatos. mostly sunny skies and mid70s campbell, san jose, santa clara. on the peninsula you will start out gray and partly sunny around redwood city. 72 in palo alto. 58 in pacifica. there is not much change there. sunset dist
bigger point swing earlier today, looking at the s&p 500 down about eight points at 1429, the nasdaq can getting crushed -- getting crushed more heartily, down one full percentage point but still above the 3100 level and then the russell 2000 down a third of a percent. david: well, we're kicking off a critical week with major actions planned by the federal reserve and the european central bank. we have top money managers to tell you how to position your portfolio ahead of that critical federal reserve meeting on thursday. liz: plus, we are going to introduce you to the ceo of a company that is ditching china to make its products, where? in the u.s., ladies and gentlemen. even though it's more expensive to do so. he's going to tell us why coming up. david: but first, we're going to tell you what drove the markets with today's data download. stocks ending the session in the red. it was a volatile day that saw the dow cross the unchanged line 49 different times. technology and financials were the worst performing sectors, telecom was the only sector that did manage to end higher. crude is u
preplanned by foreign elements as the u.s. beefs up security today and embassies worldwide there is a deadly attack in afghanistan and tensions ratchet up this morning between israel and iran. >>> putting up a great front, the duke and duchess of cambridge keep a stiff upper lip duringn overseas trip as their lawyers get set to go to court to keep more topless photos of the duchess from being published. >>> and happy birthday to us. "weekend today" turns 25 years old and this morning we're looking back at 25 years of breaking news. >> saddam hussein was hanged -- >> treks around the world -- >> good morning from shanghai. >> and, of course, good times. >> go "weekend today." >> and many of your favorite co-hosts are back to take a stroll down memory lane. today, sunday, september 16, 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and good morning, everyone, welcome to "today" on a saturday morning. i'm lester hold. >> we are happy. >> that's quite a wide shot there. all have helped make this program the last 25 years waking up early on the weekends to bring you the day's top stories
of the most -- a dramatic chapter in the contemporary u.s. foreign policy. one of the hardest challenges i think for our decision makers is the relationship with iran as the non-relationship with iran as we might say. i felt we might begin our discussion with -- explain to our listeners will why and how you wrote the book. some of the methodological issues so that we get that the state. before we get into the visit ali told stories of these 30 years of the u.s. iran engagement from the perspective of our sort of military to military interaction so, i wonder if we can just start with tell us why he wrote the book and how considering that you are a government historian but this book was really done through a different methodology. >> guest: the genesis started as a dissertation many years ago back in the 90's in the reagan foreign policy in the persian gulf to get one of the catalysts for me as far as an interest in the region itself was my father had been the u.s. central command -- commander from 85 to 88, the u.s. military commander for the middle east. obviously that sort of spurred inte
has won a string of awards and probably the most relevant for today is the 2,009 u.s. naval institute general price but he has won awards from the air force for historicalwriting, the north american society for oceanographic history. that sounded pretty cool. you grew up to become an aviator but as mentioned he was the real from that and he's done the next best thing he says writing all these wonderful books about airborne warfare and related topics. his latest, the legendary world war ii aircraft carrier enterprise team and was inspired by a landmark book by the retired author who wrote the story of the uss enterprise in 1962. and the article in the arizona republic the interview that he did went on to say that surely the world needs a landmark book about the enterprise every 50 years the would make it worthwhile to come back and do another landmark book about the enterprise. islamic this is the inspiration for my abiding interest in the enterprise. the paperback was published in 1964 and you can do the math. this was the summer after my freshman year in high school, and during the c
budget and the peacekeeping budget -- what you think the u.n.'s role is in global affairs? we will start with today's headlines -- here's the baltimore sun this morning with this headline -- we want to get your take this morning on the role of the un in global affairs. patrick is first in carnegie, pennsylvania, a democrat. good morning. caller: good morning. i think the role of the un has become bastardized because of the state of israel. all you have to do is go to the mideast section of the u.s. state department and you see and israeli presence in the state department with photographs of benjamin netanyahu and their flag. host: here is the wall street journal front-page this morning -- this is from the wall street journal front-page this morning. inside the paper it says -- and here's the picture inside the new york post of the president and michelle obama meeting with the latest from the view. jim in pittsburgh, pennsylvania, the republican line. caller: i think every free country should get out of the united nations. itthe muslims are not going to t along with anyone, so why try to
♪ lou: evening, everybody. i am lou dobbs, and these are the bodies of u.s. ambassador christopher stephens and three other americans assassinated by radical islamists. their bodies returned to the united states. a solemn ceremony with president obama and secretary of state clinton. among those honoring the murdered americans at andrews air force base earlier today. >> mrs. clinton praising the murdered americans for their courage and sacrifice to our country. the people of egypt and libya and tunisia did not trade the tyranny of a dictator for the tierney of a mob. lou: a precisely timed two-part operation under cover of more than 200 demonstrators angry at an anti-mohammed movie. the protesters stormed the consulate, armed militants traveled to a nearby safe house to attack the evacuated americans. libyan officials say the people within the governments own security forces to stop the terrorists to the safe houses location. the unrest is spreading beyond the region. violence erupted in tunisia and the german embassy set afire. american fast food restaurants also torched. demonstra
preplanned. the u.s. beefs up protection at embassies nearby, tensions rachet up between israel and iran. >>> the duke and duchess of cambridge keep a stiff upper lip during an overseas trip as their lawyers go to court to keep more topless photos of the royals from being published. >>> and happy birthday to us. weekend today turns 25 years old. this morning, we're looking back at 25 years of news. >>> tracks from around the world and, of course, good times. >> go, weekend today! >> and many of your favorite co-hosts are back to stay a stole down memory lane. today is sunday, september 16th, stole down memory lane. today is sunday, september 16th, 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a sunday morning. i'm lester holt. >> and i'm jenna wolf. may i just say happy 25th anniversary. we are so thrilled to have a distinguished group of folks with us here in studio 1a this morning. >> that's quite a wide shot. all these people have helped make this show what it is over the past 25 years, waging up early to bring you this show
also higher. technology one of the bright spots today. 42 points higher on nasdaq. the s&p 500 higher by 14 points at 1447. the rally today certainly taking the dow one day closer to another month of gains. if we manage to stay in the green tomorrow, that means the market would be up 11 out of the last 12 months. keep in mind tomorrow is not just the end of the month, but also the end of the quarter. what should investors brace for as we end the third quarter? we'll bring in our guests. good to see you guys. we've been talking about institutions chasing beta, large pools of money. do you buy into that if sn ? do you think that continues? >> we really have seen that. it's been a phenomenon since the market fumbled around the lows in july of this year. it's been across the board. it's been in commodities. it's been in domestic stocks. it's been in international stocks. there's so much cash on the sidelines. anything with price momentum. victory, we got victory. that's continued on. it seems to be holding a trend that will, again, probably get us through at least the end of the quarter.
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